In Search of Genghis Khan: An Exhilarating Journey on Horseback across the Steppes of Mongolia

Following the collapse of nearly seventy years of Communist rule, veteran writer and traveler Tim Severin went to Mongolia “to see how much of the tradtional way of life survived.” He discovered a country in an uncertain state of transition and struggling with its newfound identity. Part travelogue and part historical recreation of the legendary [...]

On the Tea Road: A journey into Mongolian life and culture

“On the tea road: A journey into Mongolia life and culture” tells about the life and culture of the Mongolian nomads in the 21st century. Using the history of the tea road as alibi to meet nomads in their daily life, the book provides information, commentaries and explanation about Mongolian culture in general and about [...]

The Lapp King’s Daughter: A Family’s Journey Through Finland’s Wars

This is the story of a Finnish family during World War II, combining a gripping correspondence between the author’s parents, who were separated by the war, with the interspersed memories of the author, who was their youngest child. While her father was at the front fighting the Soviets, her mother moved the family around the [...]

Nomad: From Islam to America: A Personal Journey Through the Clash of Civilizations

“This woman is a major hero of our time.” —Richard Dawkins

Ayaan Hirsi Ali captured the world’s attention with Infidel, her compelling coming-of-age memoir, which spent thirty-one weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Now, in Nomad, Hirsi Ali tells of coming to America to build a new life, an ocean away from [...]

On the Tea Road: A journey into Mongolian life and culture

“On the tea road: A journey into Mongolia life and culture” tells about the life and culture of the Mongolian nomads in the 21st century. Using the history of the tea road as alibi to meet nomads in their daily life, the book provides information, commentaries and explanation about Mongolian culture in general and about [...]

Decolonizing Indigenous Education: An Amazigh/Berber Ethnographic Journey (Postcolonial Studies in Education)

Using auto-ethnography, Taieb narrates the journey of developing a educational philosophy from and for the Kayble of Algeria and undertakes to write the sociological foundations of an Kayble education system.

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A Kurdish Family (Journey Between Two Worlds)

Describes the experiences of one Kurdish family that was driven from their home in northern Iraq and moved to a new life in California.

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A Kurdish Family (Journey Between Two Worlds)

Describes the experiences of one Kurdish family that was driven from their home in northern Iraq and moved to a new life in California.

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On the Tea Road: A journey into Mongolian life and culture

“On the tea road: A journey into Mongolia life and culture” tells about the life and culture of the Mongolian nomads in the 21st century. Using the history of the tea road as alibi to meet nomads in their daily life, the book provides information, commentaries and explanation about Mongolian culture in general and about [...]

Himalaya Bound An Americans Journey with Nomads in North India

For forty-four days, Michael Benanav lived and travelled with the Van Gujjars, a forest-dwelling tribe of nomadic buffalo herders in northern India. He went to document their traditional way of life, but there was trouble on the trail: the Uttarakhand forest department threatened to block nomadic families from the pastures they relied on for the [...]